Nippon N.S. Pro Modus 3 Tour 120 .355" Tip Iron Shafts

Nippon N.S. Pro Modus 3 Tour 120 .355" Tip Iron Shafts


R Flex 37.0" - .355 tip (111g) 3B1H
$37.00
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R Flex 37.5" - .355 tip (111g) 3B1H
$37.00
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R Flex 38.0" - .355 tip (111g) 3B1H
$37.00
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R Flex 38.5" - .355 tip (111g) 3B1H
$37.00
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R Flex 39.0" - .355 tip (111g) 3B1H
$37.00
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R Flex 39.5" - .355 tip (111g) 3B1H
$37.00
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R Flex 40.0" - .355 tip (111g) 3B1H
$37.00
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R Flex 40.5" - .355 tip (111g) 3B1H
$37.00
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R Flex 41.0" - .355 tip (111g) 3B1H
$37.00
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S Flex 37.0" - .355 tip (114g) 4B1H
$37.00
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S Flex 37.5" - .355 tip (114g) 4B1H
$37.00
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S Flex 38.0" - .355 tip (114g) 4B1H
$37.00
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S Flex 38.5" - .355 tip (114g) 4B1H
$37.00
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S Flex 39.0" - .355 tip (114g) 4B1H
$37.00
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S Flex 39.5" - .355 tip (114g) 4B1H
$37.00
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S Flex 40.0" - .355 tip (114g) 4B1H
$37.00
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S Flex 40.5" - .355 tip (114g) 4B1H
$37.00
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S Flex 41.0" - .355 tip (114g) 4B1H
$37.00
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X Flex 37.0" - .355 tip (120g) 5B1H
$37.00
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X Flex 37.5" - .355 tip (120g) 5B1H
$37.00
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X Flex 38.0" - .355 tip (120g) 5B1H
$37.00
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X Flex 38.5" - .355 tip (120g) 5B1H
$37.00
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X Flex 39.0" - .355 tip (120g) 5B1H
$37.00
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X Flex 39.5" - .355 tip (120g) 5B1H
$37.00
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X Flex 40.0" - .355 tip (120g) 5B1H
$37.00
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X Flex 40.5" - .355 tip (120g) 5B1H
$37.00
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X Flex 41.0" - .355 tip (120g) 5B1H
$37.00
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Pureing 
1-3 $19.50
4+ $17.50
Tip & Butt Trimming
$4.95
Tip Prepping
$2.95

Nippon N.S. Pro Modus 3 Tour 120 .355" Tip Iron Shafts

The benefits of the high quality and consistent performance of our award winning lightweight N.S. PRO 950GH series can now be found in our new series, N.S. PRO Modus³.

The N.S. PRO Modus³ series shafts are popular with touring pros because they offer optimal performance in the three key areas:
1) High tip rigidity strengthens trajectory. The high-rigidity design of the tip steadies impact to help minimize unwanted spin and realize a stronger trajectory.
2) Low mid-section rigidity controls shaft flex. Low rigidity in the mid section improves shaft control so players with any swing tempo can more easily control their shots.
3) Low butt rigidity enhances comfort. Low butt rigidity improves swing tempo and contributes to a comfortable, smoother feeling upon impact.

Features:

  • Provides Desired Trajectory as a result of the unique structure of a stiff tip section and softer mid section.
  • Provides Accurate Distances due to the unique raw steel material and accompanying heat treatment.
  • Provides Tight Dispersion coming from the exacting tolerances of the highest quality level
  • PGA Tour tested and designed to meet the demands of the stronger player.

Trimming Instructions

Nippon Shaft Specifications

Nippon N.S. Pro Modus3 Tour 120 .355 Tip Iron Shafts is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 4.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Smooth, long and great trajectory! Installed in a few clubs to test... now I'm putting in all my irons. Smoother than the KBS Tour... with the trajectory of Project X. Simply the best iron shaft I've ever hit. Expensive, but well worth it.
Date published: 2015-08-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best Iron Shaft I've ever hit! Have the 105g shaft in all my irons. The trajectory is perfect. The shaft provides consistency in trajectory and feel with every iron and in every shot. In 30 years of playing it is the best shaft I have ever used
Date published: 2016-07-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great shaft I tried KBS Tour, C-taper, Tour V, and Project X before I found these awe some shafts. They feel great, and perform very well. Mid launch and spin are perfect for me.
Date published: 2016-12-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Quality steel shaft for the better playet A very tight great feeling steel shaft of the highest quality
Date published: 2016-04-24
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I have a set of Srixon Z945 irons 4-PW they have dynamic gold S300 shafts wanted to switch to Nippon Pro Modus3 shafts heard they were lighter weight is that true?

Asked by: D Wil
The Modus3 Tour 120 weights 114 grams in an S flex compared the the DG S300 which weights 130 grams. Nippon make the Modus3 Tour in a 130, 125, the 120 and a 105. The numbers represent the shaft weights.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-02-13

My 9 iron is std 35.75”. With an iron head length of 1” and Modus3 120-9 iron raw length at 37.5” I get to 38.5”. If I butt cut 2.75” to get to std length 35.75” do I need to add tip weight to compensate for swing weight? seems like a lot of weight to add

Asked by: andrew15
The shaft manufactures make the raw length of the shaft longer to help players who may need longer length clubs. You will install the 37.5" shaft into your 9 irons and butt cut it to your finished length of 35.75" and the swingweight will be the same as it was before assuming you had this same Modus3 120 shaft in your 9 iron before. If you are changing to this shaft from another shaft then the swingweight might change but I cannot say for sure without knowing what shaft you had before.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-02-08

Is there any "senior flex / stiff tip" driver shaft?

Asked by: zman09
From a shaft manufactures shaft description there really is not such thing as a stiff tip senior flex wood shaft. Some A flex wood shafts are going to be stiffer in the tip section then others. Shafts like the Aldila NV 55 (AL202201), Aerotech Claymore 48 (AT0013W) and the Xcaliber Tour SL (AS0026) that tested stiffer in the tip and lower section of the shaft then most other A flex wood shafts.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-01-31

Interested in Modus 3 120 iron shaft. My swing speed with 7 iron is 89-90mph, with driver 107-110mph. My average tempo is 3.7:1. Would I be best suited towards stiff or x stiff in that shaft?

Asked by: Jschiele
I see the reference with SkyPro a reference of 3:1 swing tempo so based on that and what they are saying a 3.7:1 would be a slower swing tempo. I always say the player with the slower swing tempo has more options because they give the shaft time to do what it is trying to do. In other words they could play with the more flexible shaft and possibly gain some more feel. The faster tempo generally would benefit from the stiffer shaft.to give them more control.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-02-02

need the standard 8 iron length?

Asked by: chip
The 8 iron shaft in the Modus3 120 shafts is the 38" raw length shaft.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-11-21

Got good results with the Nippon 1150 S but fitter didn't have Modus 3 to try on Mizuno heads. Driver swing is ~110 and curious how the Modus 3 compare? Moving from project X 6.5 and love the load of the Nippons and ball flight. 

Asked by: Dave
The Project X 6.5 tests noticeably stiffer then the 1150GH or Modus 3 Tour 120. The Project X tests more then a full flex stiffer at the butt end then either of these shafts. The Modus 3 Tour 120 also tests stiffer then the 1150GH but not by quite a full flex. The Modus 3 Tour 130 S flex tested just a shade stiffer in the upper part of the shaft compared to the Project X 6.5 but more flexible in the tip then the Project X 6.5. The Modus 3 Tour 130 S is stiffer then the Modus 3 Tour 120 X except for the tip stiffness which is more flexible in the 130.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-11-07

What length is appropraite for a gap wedge? (I play Callaway Apex CF 16 irons, plus 1/2 inch shafts.

Asked by: KBC
The 37" raw length shaft is for all the wedges. You will have no problem with making this gap wedge plus 1/2".
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-10-12

playing KBS tour V's in my Hogan irons, but I am experiencing some hand issues. Don't like recoil graphite at all. Would the Nippon steel shafts have as much vibration as KBS?

Asked by: Smitty
Any steel shaft is going to be about the same for vibration. It is a nature of the beast type of thing. You might try adding the True Temper Sensicore insert (TTSP). You will be surprised how much vibration they absorb. http://www.golfworks.com/true-temper-sensicore-inserts/p/TTSP/
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-09-12
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